Are you a Football fan and having problems deciding on the recipes for Football Sundays? Here’s a short list of some recipes that will take your experience of football to the whole new level on these days.
We have hand picked these recipes for you so that you can enjoy the day to its fullest. These recipes are not messy, ready to be consumed on the go and it hardly takes ten minutes to prepare them.
A portable, tasty sandwich which not only fills your empty stomach but also is quite healthy as you can edit the recipe with green veggies.
Muffuletta Sandwich is a bun stuffed with all kinds of things that you can imagine.
For the stuffing:
1 cup of green and black olives (pitted and coarsely chopped)
Tiny capers (1 tablespoon)
Red bell pepper (1/4 inch)
Flat-leaf parsley (2 tablespoons)
Minced garlic (2 tablespoons)
Red-wine vinegar (2 tablespoons)
Olive oil (2 tablespoons) and
Salt and pepper according to your taste
For the bun:
You can use one round bread and some provolone cheese for topping.
Prepare the Olive salad ahead of time. When you are about to leave for the football match, just assemble the sandwich by spreading half of the olive salad on the lower half. Layer with salami, provolone cheese on top of that and then again the salad. Wrap the setup in a plastic wrap and take it with you. Just take it out, cut into pieces and enjoy the sandwich after the match with your friends and family.
Peanut Butter Cookies:
What is better than all season peanuts cookies that are easy to carry and eat anywhere in the world. These are small, tasty and beautiful looking treat for every age group. The cookies can be used with peanut butter which is quite healthy for children.
Here’s how to make these in your oven;
Whole wheat flour or all-purpose flour (2 cups)
Baking soda (1 tablespoons)
Sea salt (1 tablespoon)
Natural peanut butter (1 cup)
Maple syrup (1 cup)
Extra virgin olive oil (1/3 cup)
Vanilla extract (opped1+ 1/2 cups)
Dark chocolate (coarsely chopped 1/3 cups )
Preheat the oven to 350°.
Next, combine baking soda, flour and salt in a bowl.
In another bowl add peanut butter, maple syrup, olive oil and vanilla.
Flutter the mixture until all combine smoothly. Now merge the two mixtures and add chocolate to the mix.
Bake the final mixture for 10 to 13 minutes and allow cooling.
Grilled Hot Dogs:
Grilled Hot Dogs are one of the favourite things throughout the United States; it is a light, spicy and portable snack that you can carry with you on a football ground or any other place. Although hot dogs come pre-cooked, you can re-grill them for a better experience. Grilling already cooked hot dogs can enrich its flavour in many aspects like it can make it more juice and can change the texture but giving precise cuts and alignments. While re-grilling the hot dog, it is good to check that the hot dog is from a fresh batch and the meat quality is of standard level.
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